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Date: 1945 ca.
Description: Isaiah Pyant, C.I.O. member, sitting in an armchair in his home reading the newspaper.
Description: Diesel engine assembly line at Milwaukee Works. The factory was owned by the Milwaukee Harvester Company until 1902.
Description: Five railroad employees pose on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway engine no. 1223 at the Chestnut Street yard. Left to right are yardman Jack Meyer, ya...
Date: 1914-07-17 ca.
Description: Menominee River coal yards, west from the 16th Street viaduct. There is a cargo ship called the "John B. Cowle" in the harbor between two coal yards. Worke...
Description: The photographer holding a large Northern Pike and smoking a pipe in a living room.
Description: An insurance executive carries on with work after he was hit by a car, dictating letters to his secretary from his hospital bed, with his leg in traction.
Description: Police pushing a group of strikers in front of the factory gate at the Allis-Chalmers strike. On the far right is a man holding a press camera.
Description: Three-quarter length seated side profile studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of James F. Trottman, Milwaukee lawyer and manufacturer.
Description: Spoofing as the "Big Boys" in their rented offices during the Zeidler campaign.
Description: View of car #466, which was then one of Milwaukee's newest streetcars. The car was put in service by TMERL about 1905 and was rebuilt as a duplex car in 1...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: J. Robert Taylor and his wife, Alma Reinhardt Taylor, sit for a portrait on a park bench.
Description: Two men at work moving railroad cars. Part of a series on working conditions aboard Lake Michigan railroad car ferries. Ferry workers belonged to the Natio...
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Rodger M. Trump, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of August L. Gebhardt, Milwaukee farmer.
Description: Burkie West and his grandaughter Catherine West answer a police officer's questions after their automobile was hit by a train. Both incurred minor injuries...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Julius E. Roehr, Milwaukee attorney.
Description: Conference room at the United Auto workers (UAW) farm implement conference. Attendees sit at banquet tables and stand along the walls in the crowded room.
Description: A TMERL streetcar on the Delaware and Oakland line advertising special 1905 rates (25 for a dollar or 6 for 25 cents) and universal transfers.
Description: Single helical gear purchased by The Fuller Company and later used in Jamaica (as a rotary kiln). Falk caption reads, "Single helical gear, 260 teeth 99667...
Description: Schlitz train and group of revelers, celebrating the end of prohibition in Milwaukee. Schlitz Engine #8027 departs to deliver the first Schlitz beer at 12:...
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